Armed with her trademark mix of quirky charm, witty comedy, and sexy romance with a dose of magic, Saranna DeWylde takes readers on a rollicking ride through twisted fairy tales and towards the ultimate Happily Ever After in her first Fairy Godmothers Inc. Series installment. Ever After is a town that runs on magic, and that magic is fueled by love. So when the three fairy godmothers in charge of Ever After's magic supply realize the town's power has started to wane, they conspire to transform Ever After into a premiere wedding destination in hopes of attracting a major infusion of love to the town...
Saranna DeWylde is the acclaimed author of paranormal romance and horror, including the 10 Days Trilogy, The Woolven Secret series and the Fairy Godmothers Inc series. She also writes contemporary romance and nonfiction under the names Sara Arden and Sara Lunsford. A former corrections officer, she realized she preferred writing Happily Ever Afters over disciplinary reports and traded in her cuffs for a full-time keyboard. She lives in Leavenworth, KS and can be found online at SarannaDeWylde.com.
Advance Praise for Fairy Godmothers, Inc. "What follows takes
the best of the fairy tale world, infuses it with modern
sensibility and humor, and places the emphasis firmly on personal
growth. Readers will fall head over heels for both the quirky town
and the achingly sweet second-chance romance."
--Publishers Weekly STARRED REVIEW
Praise for Saranna DeWylde "Funny and steamy, this book was like a sexy, grown-up Harry Potter!"
--First for Women on How to Marry a Warlock in 10 Days With a gritty, raw, and engrossing voice, Lunsford splays out the facts of her dramatic life as a corrections officer at an all-male maximum security state prison." Not for the easily offended or fainthearted, Lunsford's daring book will thrill and titillate willing readers.
--Publisher's Weekly for Sweet Hell on Fire (by Saranna DeWylde writing as Sara Lunsford) Toss in some interfering relatives, the Devil himself, and a dead hooker on a mission of revenge, and you have a slightly loopy, occasionally crass, often funny tale...frequent, explicit, and inventive sex scenes, making this a rather spicy treat.
--Publishers Weekly for How to Lose a Demon in 10 Days "A wild romp."
--The Seattle Post-Intelligencer on Hex and the Single Witch "This isn't a sweetly tender, hearts and butterflies type of book where the heroine soothes the wounded hero while butterflies and songbirds dance on the rainbow that comes after the storm kind of book. It's more hot-and-heavy against the wall (or rocks, or grass, or floor), girlfriends laughing and plotting over margaritas, witchy Cracker Barrel giggle-fest where amusingly impossible situations are paired with subtle-yet-powerful character studies of people we've all grown up hearing about."
--DearAuthor on Desperate Housewives of Avalon "Super sexy with complex and captivating characters."
--FreshFiction on Big Bad Billionaire